Answer: Kalidasa can be described as lover of nature from his works like Meghaduta, where he imagined cloud as a messenger between two lovers. In his famous book Abhignana Shakuntalam also, he described the beauty of shakuntala with nature and the nature beauty where she was brought up.
Answer: As I am from Andhra Pradesh, there are popularly three versions of Ramayana. They are –
The most popular version of Mahabharatam in Andhra region is written by three poets popularly known as Kavitrayam. They are Nannaya, Tikkana, Yerrana.
Answer: The king and attendants capturing the budhisattwa falling from the tree & trying torescue him. The monkey king preaching the human king that he should protect his subject in the same way he protected his monkey followers. The reason to choose these to depicts the leadership quality of king towards his followers even at the cost of his own life.
Answer: Varahamihira's most notable work was the Brihat Samhita, an encyclopedic work on architecture, temples, planetary motions, eclipses, timekeeping, astrology, seasons, cloud formation, rainfall, agriculture, mathematics, gemology, perfumes and many other topics.
Brahmagupta wrote book Brahmasphutasiddhanta. It is the first text that mentions zero as a number. Besides that, he also gave out many algebra and arithmetic related concepts and formulas.Bhaskaracharya wrote Siddhanta Shiromani (Crown of Treatises) that has laid foundations for many theories in arithmetic, algebra, mathematics of the planets, and spheres. He was perhaps the first to conceive the differential coefficient and differential calculus, way before Newton and Leibniz.
Answer: Roman numerals, the numeric system used in ancient Rome, employ combinations of letters from the Latin alphabet to signify values. The Roman numeral system is a positional numbering system. This system employs some capital letters as symbols to represent certain numbers, most numbers are written as combinations of letters.
Answer: Manuscripts were usually written on palm leaf, or on the specially prepared bark of a tree known as the birch, which grows in the Himalayas.
Answer: I have visited a local temple which is having one mandap.I observed 10 finely carved pillars around mandap.In the middle of mandap I saw a priest is conducting a marriage ceremony where the bride and broom encircled a holy fire lit by the priest.Beside that I saw a structure which is made of brunt bricks and it is use for conducting homas.
|1)Stupa||A) Place where the image of the deity is installed|
|3)Mandapa||C) Circular path around the stupa|
|4)Garbhagriha||D) Place in temples where people could assemble|
|5)Pradakshina patha||E) Tower|
Answer: 1-B, 2-E, 3-D, 4-A, 5-C
Chapter 3- Copper for tools, weapons
Gold, Silver for Jewellery
Chapter 4- Iron for tools, weapons
Gold for jewellery
Chapter 5- Iron for tools like plough, weapons
Chapter 8- Iron for tools and weapons
Chapter 9- Gold ornaments
Answer: The kings in chapters 5 and 10 as well as the monkey king looked after the welfare of the people and tried to protect their capital.
If we talk about the dissimilarities, the monkey king believed in peace and harmony. He never tried to capture the properties of other kings. On the other hand, other kings fought battles to capture the kingdoms of other kings
Answer: The story of Manimekalai describes that Manimekalai is the name of the daughter of Kovalan and Madhavi. After the death of Kovalan, Madhavi becomes a Buddhist nun who is once a courtesan. Manimekalai is a courageous girl who walks in the foot steps of her mother and become a courtesan and later a Buddhist nun. Her beauty attracts the chola prince Udhayakumara who tries to capture her. She rejects him and with the help of angels she disguises a married woman and get a magic begging bowl which is never empty. When prince try to advance towards Manimekalai the husband of woman in whose disguise Manimekalai was there kills the prince. Upon learning the news of son’s death king and queen order to arrest and kill Manimekalai. In the prison she disappears whenever a person comes near her. Finally queen repents her mistake and sets Manimekalai free.
Answer: The steps to make buildings and monuments accessible to differently-abled people are :
Answer: List of uses of paper. We can use paper for the following purposes/things etc.
Answer: I would choose Mathura because it is related to the life of Lord Krishna and it is very near to Delhi, my favourite city. Mathura is well connected by roads and railways. There are many shrines and temples. I am fond of sweets. Mathura is well-known for some of its sweet products, especially peras. Students can decide themselves.